Engineering Cyber Resilient Weapon Systems

Systems Security partners with engineers, science and technology managers, and researchers from across the Department of Defense, Federal Government, industry, and academia to foster assured resilient missions, systems and components.

Systems Security initiatives leverage best practices and foster innovation to increase workforce competencies to engineer Cyber Resilient Weapon Systems that can successfully operate in the face of cyber threats.

The Cyber Resilient Weapon Systems Body of Knowledge (CRWS-BoK) provides a living, curated, authoritative guide to the most relevant and important knowledge needed to advance the engineering of secure and cyber resilient weapon systems. The CRWS-BoK is a technical resource for science and technology (S&T) and engineering professionals who specialize in cyber resilient weapon systems. The technical community from the DoD, Federal Government, industry, and academia can access this free and public information to assist them in weapon systems and program development, as well as policy decision-making.

Primary features include:

  • A comprehensive, continuously updating repository of curated engineering information to produce cyber-secure, cyber-survivable, and cyber resilient weapon systems, and
  • A powerful viewing environment that enables users to efficiently and easily access, search, annotate, save, and share the engineering information they need for both individual and collaborative purposes to produce cyber-secure, cyber-survivable, and cyber resilient weapon systems.

For additional information and guidance, access the CRWS-BoK at https://crws-bok.org (optimized for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari browsers).